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Southampton History Speaks

Southampton History Speaks is a podcast series showcasing the research and teaching interests of history staff at the University of Southampton. We welcome listeners of all stripes: history buffs, other academics, and students who want to get a head start on expanding their knowledge. Episodes span a broad time period and range of topics, from Cleopatra’s Egypt, to the Space Age, to the War on Terror.

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Chris Woolgar on Food in Medieval England

Chris Woolgar, Professor of History and Archival Studies, speaks to Rachel Herrmann about food in medieval England


18 May 2017

Rank #1

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Craig Lambert and Gary Baker on English maritime shipping

Craig Lambert, Lecturer in Humanities, and Gary Baker, former Research Fellow, speak to Rachel Herrmann about medieval and early modern English maritime shipping


16 Sep 2016

Rank #2

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20 Jun 2016

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Mark Stoyle on Cannibals, Witches, and the English Civil War

Mark Stoyle, Professor of Early Modern History, speaks to Rachel Herrmann about cannibals, witches, and the English Civil War


19 Apr 2016

Rank #4

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Maria Hayward on Tudor and Stuart Material Culture

Maria Hayward, Professor of Early Modern History, speaks to Rachel Herrmann about the clothing of Charles II and Henry VIII, how early modern males turn our ideas of accessorizing upside down, and about what sorts of material culture students can use in their own research and writing.


10 Feb 2016

Rank #5